Fictional Hangover
After

After

November 4, 2020

“One step closer to becoming a woman.”

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about tight stomachs, stiff legs and RAGE! in our discussion of After by Anna Todd.

Harrow Lake

Harrow Lake

October 28, 2020

"Look, these stories – small-town legends about monsters or demons or evil spirits – they’re all just an excuse for people to avoid seeing the real monsters all around them." 

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about teeth, teeth trees, teeth in your arm and teeth pouring into your mouth in our discussion of Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis.

 

Interview with Kat Ellis and Dawn Kurtagich

Interview with Kat Ellis and Dawn Kurtagich

October 28, 2020

Amanda and Claire have a spooky chat with authors Kat Ellis and Dawn Kurtagich and play a game of Would You Rather with them based on Kat's book Harrow Lake, featuring music by Lyss Emerson.

Clown in a Cornfield

Clown in a Cornfield

October 21, 2020

“She didn’t want to become a target for the clown.”

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about killer clowns with ice picks, huge knives, crossbows, circular saws, pitchforks, a second crossbow, axes, chainsaws, machetes, knives, fire, rifles, a sporty two-seater, a noose and a scalpel in our discussion of Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare, narrated by Jesse Vilinsky.

The Monstrumologist

The Monstrumologist

October 14, 2020

“Yes, my dear child, monsters are real. I happen to have one hanging in my basement.”

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, we talk about worms, tiny hats and Snapping to, Will Henry! in our discussion of The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey, narrated by Steve Boyer.

 

Horrorstör

Horrorstör

October 7, 2020

“In the end … everything always comes down to those two choices: stay down or stand up.”

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, we talk about snot running down your face and into your mouth, creepy things inside holes in walls, impossible doors full of gross dead finger mouths, and meatballs in our discussion of Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix featuring music by Lyss Emerson.

The Night Circus

The Night Circus

September 30, 2020

“We must put effort and energy into anything we wish to change.”

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about magic and whimsy in their discussion of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, featuring music by Lyss Emerson.

Good Girl, Bad Blood

Good Girl, Bad Blood

September 23, 2020

"I think we all get to decide what good and bad and right and wrong mean to us, not what we’re told to accept."

In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about podcasting, Britishisms, nefarious rendezvous and reading the comments in their discussion of Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson, featuring music by Lyss Emerson.

Midnight Sun

Midnight Sun

September 16, 2020

“She had changed me more than I’d known it was possible for me to change and still remain myself.”


In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about dazzles, sparkles and tingles, bad wigs, stupid cars and Jasper (swoon!) in their discussion of Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer, audiobook narrated by Jake Abel (swoon!), featuring music by Lyss Emerson.

Interview with Bridget Tyler and Jesse Vilinsky

Interview with Bridget Tyler and Jesse Vilinsky

September 9, 2020

Amanda and Claire have a chat with author Bridget Tyler and voice actress Jesse Vilinsky and play a game of Would You Rather with them based on The Survivor.

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